Old Mossy Horns
Has anyone used one or has one installed? If all my guns hadn't gone overboard in the last hurricane I was going to install one on a mil-spec Anderson lower.
If you frequent www.ar15.com for any amount of time, you'll find out that LaRue makes world class AR mounts and other equipment. The other thing you'll find is that Mark LaRue is a world class pecker head. At one time he was banned from posting on some of the forums there, even tho he's a site sponsor. He frequently picks fights and doesn't take constructive criticism very well at all. It's very entertaining sometimesFrom what I've read, the only reason LaRue got into the trigger business is because he and Mr. G got into a pissing contest over some business arrangements and some personal comments that followed. Mr. G apparently thought he was the only one that could make a decent AR trigger and LaRue showed him that not only was it not too difficult, he could do it better and sell it cheaper.
LaRue's trigger was selling well enough at the introductory price but LaRue decided to make his point just a little stronger by reducing the price ..... twice. If you were paying attention over the last 5 years or so, G triggers were hardly ever sold at a discount until LaRue got into the business. Now, it's not uncommon to find them "on sale" and it's may understanding G trigger sales have still taken a hit. Mr. G better hope Larue doesn't decide to expand his SKU's beyond the one 2-stage offering they have.
Yea, that was essentially the issue. LaRue sold a ton of G triggers (making G a lot of money) and he never felt compelled to dabble in the trigger business ... even though he was more than able to do so. So, when G decided to get into the mount business, LaRue just returned the favor.I thought the problem was Geissele expanding into the rail and mount business and obtaining numerous Socom contracts over Larue. Either way both should serve well. Carry on.